Happening since 2011, the yearly Halloween Horror Nights in Singapore has been becoming a must-go for horror fanatics every October. This year, the sixth edition is said to be along the theme of supernatural creatures both Singaporean and Western inspired.
Introducing a new addition to the number of haunted houses that everyone aims to finish before the night ends, this year includes a theatrical procession inspired by Day of the Dead.
What we know from Google about Processional Theatre is that actors will be changing locations for each scene so don’t be afraid when you happen to see them acting out in another area during the night.
Starting from 30 September, Halloween Horror Nights 6 will be running for 16 nights from 7.30pm across 5 weekends. Save up and scare yourself shitless by purchasing their early bird tickets ($51 and $56) from now to 28 August here. Normal tickets are priced at $65 and $69. The Frequent Fear Pass are also available for those who wants to scare themselves repeatedly as it allows them unlimited access for all 16 nights.
Said to feature the malevolent Lady Death (死亡女神) in this year’s event, fans will get to explore the many themed haunted houses, scare zones, and live shows.
This year, fanatics of Halloween Horror Night will get to explore:
Old Changi Hospital – also known as one of the most haunted places in not just Singapore, but in the world. Vengeful ghosts, patients who did not know they have died and the Pontianak will be there waiting for their next victim.
Hawker Centre Massacre – relatable to Singaporeans and its locality, this haunted house features diners turned victims due to radioactive food poisoning. Watch out for flesh-eating creatures coming after you!
Hu Li’s Inn – walk the streets of Shanghai and look out for demonic and evil shapeshifters waiting to claim souls using their deadly seduction. They aren’t what you see.
Salem Witch House – tremble at the sight of old historical DeFeo Witches, awakened by crazy witchcraft enthusiasts as they chant and practise their rituals.
Bodies of Work – Damien Shipman, an artist, is prepared to bring you along his journey of past memories as he recalls the tragic past when his family perishes in a fire. But be prepared for twists, controversial scenes and what actually happened.
Suicide Forest – only for the daring, walk through the forbidden grounds and join the first-time carnival procession, March of the Dead of dead descendants, large skeletons, dug out coffins led by the one and only, Lady Death.
Jack the Clown – Due to popular demand, you’ll be able to spot for Jack the Clown and his nightmare circus ready to scare you with his killer acts alongside professional aerialists, acrobats, and more scary freaky friends.
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